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APS’ Aaron Johnson Ranked as a Best CEO for Women
How do you know whether a company is a great place to work? You listen to what their workforce has to say. APS’ female employees have spoken and Aaron Johnson of APS has ranked 11th out of 100 similar-sized companies in the 2019 Comparably Best CEOs for Women Awards. Johnson’s CEO rating of 92% is a reflection of how satisfied female employees are about the leadership of their company. Johnson has been recognized among top CEOs from Drift, Bumble, SalesLoft, and SnackNation.
APS is honored to be recognized by our female employees in such a rewarding way. As one employee stated, “I have always felt valued at APS. The leadership from the CEO to the Team Managers have always made me feel excited to come to work every day!” This type of feedback reaffirms not only our commitment to our customers but also to our employees.
Rankings for the Best CEOs for Women Awards are derived from sentiment ratings provided by female employees who anonymously rate their employers on Comparably throughout the year. The final data set was compiled from nearly 10 million ratings across 50,000 U.S. companies on Comparably.
Comparably’s annual Best CEOs for Women Award is based solely on how female employees rate their CEOs.These outstanding leaders are being recognized for creating workplaces that inspire, encourage, and support women’s voices and contributions.
Our female workforce has made it known just how much they enjoy our positive work culture. “Their constant focus on elevating our work environment for employee success, strengthening our products for both our clients and staff support experience, and always considering how we can improve our internal process to grow the overall customer experience.”
Women at APS have rated Team (94/100), Outlook (94/100), and Work Culture (91/100) as the highest of the categories they’ve scored.
- The Team category measures responses based on how employees feel about the quality and interaction with their co-workers as well as the effectiveness of team meetings.
- The Outlook category measures responses to questions such as, “How likely are you to recommend working at your company to a friend?”
- Among the Work Culture score, 96% of APS employees are excited about going to work each day and 96% look forward to working with co-workers.
APS has an overall Culture score in the top 10% of similarly sized companies in the U.S. and an eNPS (employee Net Promoter Score) of 88, which measures responses to the question, “How likely are you to recommend working at your company to a friend?”
Probably the biggest compliment a company and its leadership can receive is when employees remark that their jobs don’t feel like work at all. “I don’t consider what we have is a team. We are family. We look out for each other. We work together. We help each other. That is a family.”
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